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July 12, 1991 - Image 97

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-07-12

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GREAT FOOD! MODERATE PRICES

CHILDREN'S MENU!
WE HAVE IT ALL!

Harmony House . . . CDs and
tapes at Sam's Jams . . . even
though most are being sold
through the radio "mail
order" business.
Whether in his shorts, pa-
jamas, robe or dressed, David
plays piano music ranking
among the nation's finest
with a superb mastery of the
keys in poised presentation of
sheer finesse.
His video cassette, "David
Syme Plays Gershwin," was
televised live at a Mexico Ci-
ty concert with the Mineria
Symphony Orchestra, and
has been seen by millions
throughout the world . . .
David's quick, nimble fingers
do proud justice to "I Got
Rhythm" variations and
"Rhapsody in Blue" followed
by a triple encore to standing
ovations for his excellent ren-
ditions of these American
classics with a seemingly
magical keyboard artistry.

CONGRATS . . . to Esther
Smolka . . . on her 85th birth-
day . . . celebrated at D. Den-
nison's, 12 Mile and Orchard
Lake Road . . . to Shirley
Brasch . . . also on her 85th
birthday.

"UNA SERATI . . .

Italiano" (One Italian Night)
at Cafe Cortina, 10 Mile just
east of Orchard Lake Road, is
July 24, 7 p.m. . . . No opera,
only contemporary popular
tunes heard in Italy today .. .
Menu is being prepared by
Chef Paul Tootikian and Chef
Domenico Mautone, who'll
both have the added advan-
tage of Adriano and Rina
Tonon's pride and joy . . . his
larger herb garden . . . $37
per person includes dinner
and show.

GOOD WAITRESS DEPT
. . . Jeannine Gillman even-
ings and Sundays at Rialto
Cafe on Woodward and Nine
Mile . . . very efficient with a
big following who request her
station for obvious reasons
. . . Jean Smith at Sila's, 12
Mile in Berkley . . . smiling,
efficient and personable.

RECENT INCENTIVE

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Conference by Citizen's In-
surance held in Nashville,
Tenn., included a golf tourna-
ment won by Julie and Ken
Korotkin, Ken's mother Flo
Korotkin, and Jay Dreifus.
Was a happy happening .. .
especially with Julie getting
a hole-in-one on the 89-yard
8th hole with a 10 iron.
Winning tournaments is
nothing new for Julie . . .
she's been the club champ at
Franklin Hills Country Club
for 15 years . . . but she'll
never forget that hole-in-one.
Ten-year-old daughter of
Julie and Ken didn't win a
golf tournament . . . but also

had a prize to bring home .. .
after winning a dance
contest.
DISA 'N DATA . . . "Even-
ing of Ballroom Dancing" is
at Ritz-Carlton Dearborn,
Southfield and Hubbard, Ju-
ly 26 and Aug. 30 . . . with
Johnny Trudell and his or-
chestra playing danceables
. . . $15 per person also in-
cludes light hors d'oeuvres,
champagne on arrival, raffle
for Ritz-Carlton Weekend,
and cash bar.
Monday evenings at
DeLuca's, Woodward and 11 1/2
Mile, is a fun night with
musicians joining pianist Mel
Thompson for a lot of goodie
oldies . . . Lost Art Dept. . . .
Cottage Fried Potatoes like
they used to make at Ber-
man's Chop House on Times
Square . . . Double celebra-
tion was recent b'nai mitzvah
at the same time of Leah
Renee and Aaron Jason,
daughter and son of Sheldon
and Roberta Greenblatt, at
Temple Emanu-El.
Date of third annual
Southfield Gold Cup Polo
Competition at Duns Scotus
is Aug. 17 . . . Tomorrow and
Sunday at Southfield Pavilion
on Evergreen is Photorama
USA with more than 4,000
photographers and over 100
dealers from across the coun-
try meeting for the summer
photo trade show . . . Gossip
Dept. . . . "Wasn't that some-
thing, the way Garfinkles' gas
stove exploded last night?"
gabbed one gal. "The explo-
sion blew Mr. and Mrs. Gar-
finkle right out of the front
door into the street!" . . .
"Yeah," meowed another
lassie, "that's the first time
they've gone out together in
30 years!"

A FEW YEARS ago, twin
sisters Sandy Brenner and
Marcia Davis turned 40 .. .
Husbands Denny Brenner
and Donald Davis threw them
a novel shindig . . . slumber
party for 40 girlfriends .. .
Marcia recently did a tur-
naround by surprising Don on
his 50th with a train ride and
box lunch for 60 friends at
Coe's Rail Station in Walled
Lake.
ATTIC THEATRE on
Grand Boulevard and Third is
a step closer to opening its se-
cond theater . . . Historic
Strand Theatre in Pontiac
may be renovated and
operated by 15-year-old Attic
Theatre, which has been look-
ing for locale number two.

LOOKING BACK on Col-

umns of Yesteryears .. .
JUNE 2, 1975 . . . "Height
of something or other was
community fellow borrowing
his girl friend's car . . . and
taking out another gal!" El

Szechuan, Hunan,
Cantonese
Restaurant & Lounge

111-00/6 ALL CARRY OUT ORDERS I
.
NO MINIMUM OR MAXIMUM I

oupon

OFF

$3.00 OFF DINNER

Purchase One Entree and Receive
$3.00 Off The Second Entree

ROCHESTER HILLS
2601 S. Rochester Rd.
(North of Auburn Rd.)
8520170

IROSE VI LLE
20753 13 Mite Rd.
At Little Mack)
293-4640

YOU'RE
LOOKING
ATA
LETHAL
WEAPAN.

Expires 7-31-91

JN

AT OUR RESTAURANT OR YOUR HOME OR OFFICE

JN



OUR OTHER LOCATIONS

1()F 0C7POC N 3 PI R APTITO W N

LET PEARL CITY CATER
YOUR NEXT AFFAIR

• One Coupon Per Person
• Does Not Apply To Split Orders

Good Thru July 31, 1991

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Bar Mitzvahs
Bat Mitzvahs
Anniversaries
Meetings





• Etc.

Showers
Sweet 16's
Birthdays
Outdoor Parties

PEARL CITY SOUTHFIELD

11 MILE ROAD BETWEEN LAHSER & TELEGRAPH
FAX: 354-0647
354-3700

LOBSTER FESTIVAL

7 DAYS A WEEK

11/2 LB. LIVE MAINE LOBSTER

COMPLE DINNER INCLUDES:
• SOUP OR PASTA
• SALAD
• POTATO OR VEGETABLE

Fact is, more Americans
may die by the fork than by
any other weapon. That's
because so many of them
use it irresponsibly. Like
to fill up on high-fat, high-
cholesterol foods. Foods
that can load the blood with
cholesterol, which can build
up plaque in their arteries,
increasing their risk of
heart attacks and threaten-
ing their lives. So next time
you pick up a fork, remem-
ber to handle it as you
would any other weapon.
For self-defense, not
self-destruction.

Live Piano Entertainment Mon. Thru Sat.
Tableside Cooking at Dinners .. . • Steak Diane
• Caesar Salad • Seafood Fettucini • Fettucini
• Veal • Dover Sole • Flaming Desserts

Catering For All Occasions

• Lunch Served Mon.-Fri, • Pastries Made On The Premises
935 W. 11 MILE, S.E. CORNER 11 & 1.75
Res: 399-5960
Chef: Peter Lieber
Your Hosts: Bruno Ferguson & Tim Kowalec

ROAST TONGUE $565
DINNER

CHOICE OF SOUP OR SALAD

American Heart
Association

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

This space provided as a public service.

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I SHIVA DINNERS & PARTY TRAYS ... Free Delivery

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner . . . Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Sat. 7 a.m.-3 p.m.
352-4940
21754 W. 11 MILE AT LAHSER • HARVARD ROW Fax: 352-9393

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